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Et de l’esprit, alors ça, zéro !

Abstract : Only a lack of knowledge of the epistemology of techniques can suggest that intelligent objects resulting in Artificial Intelligence (AI) are decorrelated from social dimensions and neglect human factors. We explain in this contribution how the Humanities and Social Sciences (SHS) have diverted the usefulness of techniques into a technological utilitarianism that distances man from tools. This position is paradoxical when we hope to derive from our relationship to technical objects principles, behaviors, or good practices, which will serve as a foundation or guide to creativity and innovation.
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Serge Agostinelli, Pierre-Michel Riccio. Et de l’esprit, alors ça, zéro !. Communication, Technologies et Développement, Chaire Unesco Pratiques émergentes des technologies et communication pour le développement, Mica, Université Bordeaux 3, 2022, 11. ⟨hal-03608022⟩



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